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The Songs of Hugh Martin

From Broadway to Hollywood and the West End

By Hugh Martin

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The Songs of Hugh Martin (From Broadway to Hollywood and the West End). Composed by Hugh Martin. For Piano/Vocal/Guitar. P/V/G Composer Collection. Softcover. 174 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.313420).

ISBN 1423458966. 9x12 inches.

Theatre and film composer, arranger and performer Hugh Martin is best known for his score for the classic 1944 MGM musical Meet Me in St. Louis. This collection assembles 34 of his finest tunes from throughout his illustrious career: The Boy Next Door • Connecticut • Diamonds in the Starlight • Ev'ry Time • Gotta Dance • Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas • Love Can Change the Stars • On Such a Night As This • The Trolley Song • and more. Includes a bio, and detailed info and rare photos for each show.

  • Love 
  • Over And Over 
  • Home Sweet Heaven 
  • On Such A Night As This 
  • The Story Of My Life 
  • The Boy Next Door 
  • What I Was Warned About 
  • When Does This Feeling Go Away? 
  • The Shopping List (The Patisserie) 
  • What Do You Think I Am 
  • Ev'ry Time 
  • You're Lucky 
  • Gotta Dance 
  • Tiny Room 
  • I'm The First Girl (In The Second Row In The Third Scene Of The Fourth Number) 
  • I Never Dream When I'm Asleep 
  • Gentle Jesus 
  • Goodbye Today, Hello Tonight 
  • I Happen To Love You 
  • I Have Something To Say To You 
  • Thanksgiving Should Be Ev'ry Day 
  • Connecticut 
  • Diamonds In The Starlight 
  • Love Can Change The Stars 
  • You Are For Loving 
  • You'll Hear A Bell 
  • I Like The Feeling 
  • Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas 
  • If I Gave You 
  • It's Christmas Time All Over The World 
  • Pass That Peace Pipe 
  • The Trolley Song 
  • You'd Better Love Me 
  • An Occasional Man 

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From Broadway to Hollywood and the West End

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    Napa, CA
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  • February 04, 2009 Hugh Who?

    Hugh Martin wrote many songs that you would recognize, but many people don't recognize his name. He entitled his autobiography "Hugh Who?". Included in this collection are three songs from his score for Meet Me In St. Louis: The Boy Next Door, The Trolley Song, and Have Yourself a...

    Merry Little Christmas. There are many beautiful gems in this book. I would have bought it for one song alone -- On Such a Night As This.

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  • December 02, 2008 At last!

    One of the "unknown" names but a firstclass songwriter, Hugh Martin at last gets a volume of his own. Kudos to The Richmond Organisation and Hal Leonard. Many favourites, a few omissions, perhaps most curiously, "I'm Not So Bright". In the main verses are included but sadly not for...

    the gorgeous "Love Can Change The Stars". Some newish songs published for the first time here. Martin's music is always pianistically appealing. Accompanying prose and photos are of interest.

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